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CHV asks residents to tell them if they are satisfied with city services

An online survey that the City of Cherry Hills Village is asking its residents to complete online is designed to find out how they feel about the operations of various city departments and any other information residents would like to communicate. The link to the online survey is included in CHV’s monthly newsletter, The Village …

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Centennial poised to approve 900 new apartments at the Streets of Southglenn

On December 6, the Centennial City Council will hold a public hearing at the Centennial Civic Center at 13133 E. Arapahoe Road to receive comments about a proposed redevelopment of the Streets of Southglenn (SOS) to add 911 residential units at the north and south ends of the development. If all residents who wish to …

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Centennial is collecting socks to help those experiencing homelessness

Join the City of Centennial in providing socks to those experiencing homelessness this winter. Through December 17, the City is accepting new socks of all sizes to benefit the Sock It To ‘Em Campaign, a Denver nonprofit serving local homeless shelters. Socks are the #1 clothing need of those experiencing homelessness.  Having clean dry socks …

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Junior Achievement Rocky Mountain Plans new $17 million facility

Junior Achievement sells Lodo offices to Denver Metro Chamber for $5.1 million Junior Achievement-Rocky Mountain closed on a sale of its floor located at 1445 Market Street, the organization announced Friday.  The floor was sold for $5.1 million to the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce, which already owns the remaining floors of the five-story Lodo …

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Arapahoe Sheriff & Coroner invites public to open house and free pancake breakfast

Take a peek inside the Arapahoe County Sheriff’s Office and Coroner’s Facility, climb into a SWAT vehicle and try on SWAT gear, watch a police helicopter land, see our K-9s in action, watch a vehicle extrication, pet our mounted unit horses and even try out ‘maggot art.’ Plus, take a tour of our 911 dispatch …

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NEWS BRIEFS 7-8-21

THE GREAT COLORADO AIR SHOW October 16 & 17 at Northern Colorado Regional Airport in Loveland. Featuring the U.S. Navy Blue Angels flying the team’s new aircraft, the F/A-18 Super Hornet which is 25% larger than their predecessor jet. Tickets go on sale July 6 and sold online through The Great Colorado Air Show. Tickets …

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NEWS BRIEFS 6-24-21

PEOPLE’S CHOICE CAR SHOWThe Denver Corvette Association will hold their annual Vettes on Broadway People’s Choice Car Show. Sat., June 26 from 8 a.m. – 1 p.m.  at John Elway Chevrolet at 5200 S. Broadway, Englewood with lunch provided. Registration 8-9 a.m. Door prizes & awards at 1:00 p.m. Event chair: Corey Krause 303-993-3903 cekause@gmail.com …

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Carrie Glassburn has been selected as the new Town of Parker Cultural Director, effective June 26

Carrie joined the Town of Parker in August 2013 and has held several positions during her tenure including Marketing Manager, Assistant Cultural Director, and most recently, Acting Cultural Director since July 2020. Carrie brings over 25 years marketing, brand development, arts and cultural, community engagement, and public-private sector experience to this key executive leadership position.  …

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